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702 Debugging an APEX Application
702 Debugging an APEX Application
Debugging PL/SQL with Oracle SQL Developer
Quick 2 minute video showing how to open a PL/SQL program in Oracle SQL Developer and debug it, line by line.
Views: 29450 Jeff Smith
Apex Debugger
Apex Debugger Demonstration
Views: 88 Audit9
Apex Debugger basic usage
Apex Debugger basic usage
Views: 1979 Moti Ko
Interactive Apex Debugging
At long last, you will be able to interactively debug Apex requests. Join us to learn about the new tool and how it will operate.
Views: 6395 Salesforce Developers
The Apex Interactive Debugger
Learn about the exciting new Apex debugger product! See how debugging will work in the new era. We will demonstrate a few different debugging scenarios, discuss future enhancements, and cover how this shared resource will be managed in the multi-tenant environment.
Views: 4408 Dreamforce Video
How to Debug a Oracle Procedure | Package with PL/SQL Developer
This Video will show you the simple and efficient way to Debugging your Procedure | Package with PL/SQL Developer..
Views: 7094 Oracle PL/SQL World
Apex Debugger
Apex Debugger basic usage ( Last log, Search, Indent, Auto Refresh, Edit)
Views: 4558 Moti Ko
How to uninstall and reinstall the Apex Investing Toolkit... The right way!
This video covers the proper way to cleanly remove the Apex Investing Toolkit from your computer and reinstall it. ..................................................................................................................RISK DISCLOSURE: Futures and Forex trading contains substantial risk and is not for every investor. An investor could potentially lose all or more than the initial investment. Risk capital is money that can be lost without jeopardizing ones financial security or life style. Only risk capital should be used for trading and only those with sufficient risk capital should consider trading. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results. HYPOTHETICAL PERFORMANCE DISCLOSURE: Hypothetical performance results have many inherent limitations, some of which are described below. No representation is being made that any account will or is likely to achieve profits or losses similar to those shown; in fact, there are frequently sharp differences between hypothetical performance results and the actual results subsequently achieved by any particular trading program. One of the limitations of hypothetical performance results is that they are generally prepared with the benefit of hindsight. In addition, hypothetical trading does not involve financial risk, and no hypothetical trading record can completely account for the impact of financial risk of actual trading. For example, the ability to withstand losses or to adhere to a particular trading program in spite of trading losses are material points, which can also adversely affect actual trading results. There are numerous other factors related to the markets in general or to the implementation of any specific trading program, which cannot be fully accounted for in the preparation of hypothetical performance results and all which can adversely affect trading results.
Views: 958 ApexInvesting
IO8: Sending mail from PL/SQL with UTL_MAIL
Learn how to use the UTL_MAIL package to send mail from within your PL/SQL program. Download my demo.zip from v.gd/sfdemo to access and run all referenced scripts. This video was taken from PLSQLChannel.com, originally recorded before Steven Feuerstein re-joined Oracle in March 2014. ======================================== Practically Perfect PL/SQL with Steven Feuerstein Copyright © 2015 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Other names may be registered trademarks of their respective owners. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the “Materials”). The Materials are provided “as is” without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties or merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
Oracle SOA Suite 12c - Using the SOA Debugger in JDeveloper
This is the third in a 3-part Oracle SOA Suite 12c Developer Productivity Video Series.Work with the SOA Debugger in JDeveloper by learning how to set breakpoints, use the HTTP Analyzer, and debug a project. See the related videos in this series. https://apexapps.oracle.com/pls/apex/f?p=44785:141:108250286674720::NO::: Copyright © 2014 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle® is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the "Materials"). The Materials are provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
Application Debugging
This video describes how to debug m-Power applications.
Debugging Oracle PL/SQL code with ORACLE SQL DEVELOPER tool
Want to know how to debug procedures on Oracle sql developer 3.0? Well the you are at the correct place, we have worked out this simple tutorial to help you guys use this cool feature of debugging on Oracle sql developer tool. You can debug your procedures, functions, packages easly with the steps mentioned in the video.
Views: 2891 Kishan Mashru
Oracle UCM Remote debug
Oracle UCM Remote debug
Views: 368 Perumal Rm
Quick and Dirty: Logging Levels
There is more to Apex System.Debug then just the standard Debug.
Views: 63 System dot Debug
Release Highlights on The Welkin Sute's Apex Retrospective Debugger
This video gives you a tour on the functionality of The Welkin Suite’s Apex Retrospective Debugger, highlighting its main features and the possibilites you receive with this tool. Also, we shared some of our plans for the future releases, and answered the questions from our users. You can download The Welkin Suite from our website - https://welkinsuite.com/ Music by: 1. Whoosh 1 http://www.freesfx.co.uk 2. Simply Space compositions http://99sounds.org/simply-space/ 3. MGF Audio composition http://99sounds.org/mgf-audio/ Find us in social networks - we're open for any input: https://www.welkinsuite.com/blog https://www.facebook.com/TheWelkinSuite https://www.linkedin.com/company/The-... https://www.youtube.com/c/WelkinSuiteIDE https://www.google.com/+WelkinSuiteIDE https://twitter.com/TheWelkinSuite
Views: 401 The Welkin Suite
Oracle SQL Developer and PL/SQL Remote Debugging
Oracle SQL Developer and PL/SQL Remote Debugging (Удалённая отладка PL/SQL кода базы данных Oracle с помощью Oracle SQL Developer 2.1)
Views: 14123 Andrey Shindarev
MAF: 45. Debugging HTML in Oracle MAF Applications on Android
When developing an Oracle MAF application you may want to debug issues related to how the user interface is rendered. In this video you will see how to set up Chrome inspect to allow you to understand what HTML and JavaScript is rendering your Oracle MAF application.
how to  call region  in modal window  in Oracle Apex 18.1
Some people use modal pages to create modal windows, but in some cases it is recommended to use the modal region for it. This solution will take advantage of some of the features found in the APEX 18.1 Universal theme because it is easier to Develop and debug. Blog link: http://rok-apex.blogspot.com/
Views: 103 Oracle Learning
PL/SQL Developer Debugger
Demonstrating the use of Allround Automation's Debugger inside their PL/SQL Developer IDE. No audio. Meant for a PL/SQL training class where I give the live tour.
Views: 13657 Bill Coulam
Webinar: How to contribute Apex rules to PMD with Robert Sösemann
More than a year ago I contributed an Apex language module to the famous static code analyzer PMD, a Java open source tool which exists for over 15 year. Many Salesforce-related tool providers now have native PMD support. So it't time for the community to not only use PMD but also contribute new or improve existing rules. This video aims to convince Salesforce developers that creating and publishing rules is no rocket science. This spontaneous webmeeting was not well prepared but it gives a good overview of what is needed to get started. From idea to Pull Request.
Views: 179 Robert Sösemann
How to debug Oracle queries, procedures and functions in Navicat’s debugger? (Windows & Linux)
This video shows you how to debug your Oracle code easily, it helps to avoid tedious PL/SQL debugging tasks, saving time and improving the overall quality of applications.
Views: 455 Navicat Gui
Apex offline debugger for debug and checkpoint logs.
Views: 899 Illuminated Cloud
Oracle APEX Message Display
How to get a exception message displayed to the user APEX development Oracle Apex tutorial
Views: 2934 Alistair Henderson
SQL Developer Integration with APEX
Those of you already familiar with Oracle SQL Developer, the free graphical IDE for the Oracle Database, have experienced first hand how this feature rich tool can boost productivity. Many DBAs, developers, data modelers, and application architects alike have discovered how SQL Developer can help them do their jobs in less time with fewer clicks. However, did you know that SQL Developer is also a indispensable tool for working with APEX? Join us as former ODTUG President, Monty Latiolais, gives us an overview of SQL Developer, and then shows how SQL Developer can be used to administer, maintain and debug APEX applications. You are guaranteed to pick up a few SQL Developer tips and tricks that will help you go faster. Links: - Blog: http://montylatiolais.blogspot.com - Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/monty_latiolais If you have any questions or comments about this presentation, please tweet @insumsolutions (https://twitter.com/insumsolutions) or email [email protected]
Views: 3815 Insum
Deploying and debugging triggers (2:46)
In this tutorial, you will learn how to deploy and debug triggers using IBM Data Studio.
Views: 1299 IBM Redbooks
Apex Trigger Debugging: Solving the Hard Problems
Apex Triggers can be your best friend or your worst enemy. When a trigger is firing properly your data is under control and remains sane, but when a trigger doesn't fire properly, your users can be faced with the frustration of exceptions when saving a record, or worse: incorrect data. Join us to learn tips and tricks on how to debug and solve the most complex issues, including: Ambiguous Field Validation, After Insert Activity Errors, and SOQL and Governor Limit Errors. You'll learn the origins of these kinds of advanced trigger issues and gain solutions for avoiding them.
Views: 2518 Dreamforce Video
Part Four: Configure and Debug
Welcome to the last video of our 4 part series about local Alexa Skills Kit debugging. In this video, you will configure and run the debugger! Context Object: (check out clientContext) http://docs.aws.amazon.com/lambda/latest/dg/nodejs-prog-model-context.html This series was inspired by: https://developer.amazon.com/blogs/post/Tx24Z2QZP5RRTG1/New-Alexa-Technical-Tutorial-Debugging-AWS-Lambda-Code-Locally
AskTOM Office Hours: Building REST APIs with Node.js and Oracle - Part 1
The May 2018 session focuses on building REST APIs with Node.js and Oracle Database. The content of this session (and upcoming ones as well) is drawn from Dan McGhan's blog series, which starts here: https://jsao.io/2018/03/creating-a-rest-api-with-node-js-and-oracle-database/ Highlights 02:18 Webserver options 08:09 Creating webserver code 13:35 Webserver shutdown 18:45 Adding webserver logging - using Morgan as an example 22:50 Thoughts on evolution of JavaScript AskTOM Office Hours offers free, monthly training and tips on how to make the most of Oracle Database, from Oracle product managers, developers and evangelists. https://asktom.oracle.com/ Oracle Developers portal: https://developer.oracle.com/ Sign up for an Oracle Cloud trial: https://cloud.oracle.com/en_US/tryit music: bensound.com
Views: 423 Oracle Developers
Oracle APEX - Dynamic Action APEX 18
Dynamic actions provide a way to define complex client-side behavior declaratively without the need for JavaScript. Using the Dynamic Action Create wizard, you specify an action that is performed when a defined set of conditions occur. You can also specify which elements are affected by the action, and when and how they are affected. When working with dynamic actions, you should be mindful of the fact that the more dynamic actions you add to a page, the greater your overall page size. This is because the dynamic action framework emits additional code to the client for each dynamic action defined, which then also must be downloaded and executed by the framework in the client. See "Debugging Dynamic Actions" for information on how to debug problems. Thanks so much for watching this video If you are the first one in my channel Please subscribe to the channel If you have any comments on this video, then definitely give it in the comment box Facebook page Link: https://www.facebook.com/orclapexbd/ Blog Link: http://orclapexbd.blogspot.com/
Views: 1381 Oracle Apex
Web Development Tips for PL/SQL Programmers - Part 1 of 12
Watch all 12 modules in this tutorial at http://skillbuilders.com/web-development-tips-for-plsql-programmers How Does an Oracle PL/SQL Programmer Get Started with Web Development? Learn FireFox's Firebug or Chrome's developer tool, HTML, CSS, DOM, AJAX, and JavaScript ... In these 12 lessons we will learn to : -Inspect and "play" with HTML -Inspect and "play" with "CSS" -Debug JavaScript -Inspect AJAX Network Traffic -Review a relevant Oracle APEX Example Are you an expert server side software developer who needs to migrate to a browser based environment like Oracle Application Express (APEX)? Then this free tutorial is for you; it will help you to "break the back" on the somewhat steep learning curve that is required when you start learning how to effectively use client side browser tools like FireFox's Firebug and Chrome's developer tool. APEX expert and author Patrick Cimolini leads you, step by step, from a simple "hello world" web page to some real-world APEX pages; showing you along the way how to use the browser tools to inspect, test, and debug your HTML, CSS, DOM, AJAX, and JavaScript code. The agenda today we're going to cover five major things. We're going to show you how inspect and play with HTML using the tools, inspect and play with Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) stuff, we're going to show you where the debugger is for JavaScript in these tools. Then we're going to show you how to inspect AJAX network traffic that goes back and forth between the browser and the backend server. We'll do a quick little example here of how you could actually use this tool in the APEX context.
Views: 1886 SkillBuilders
PL/SQL Debugger
Use Oracle PL/SQL debugger available on the Insight Developer for Oracle. produce by www.tncas.com
Views: 6015 Chon Teh
Understanding and Optimizing Oracle Latches/Mutexes - Webinar
Understanding and Optimizing Oracle Latches/Mutexes. Oracle memory serialization control is core to Oracle database operations. One of the most fascinating topics in Oracle internals and performance optimization is memory serialization. We will look at the circumstances in which serialization is used, how it works, how to influence its operation, and how to diagnose problems. It's a complex situation; in order to get the upper hand on serialization control, this presentation will explore the lock (a little), the latch (a lot), and the mutex (a whole lot). Topics will include: performance diagnosis, how Oracle implements latches and mutexes, and related internal algorithms. Special attention will be given to the library cache mutex operations. This is a practical, yet deep internals presentation filled with amazing discoveries about how Oracle works. For more information go to www.orapub.com
Views: 118 OraPub, Inc.
ADF Mobile Tutorial - Logging Utility
Most of the time, for a beginner in ADF Mobile, debugging can be a daunting task. This tutorial shows how to log debug messages during development.
Views: 339 Oracle Fusion Hub
Apex Workshop Webinar 1: Developer Console
Welcome to the NYC DUG Apex Workshop. This series is aimed at the capable Salesforce Admin who want to practice the basics of Apex Programming and master the essential Object-Oriented Programming techniques to make your Apex code reliable and efficient. Our first webinar will cover the Developer Console which will be the application used throughout the series for all development work. We'll look at the features and functions in the Dev Console such as editing Apex Trigger sand Classes, running Unit Tests, reviewing Logs and more. -------------------------------------------------- Whether you were able to attend the Apex Workshop Webinar - Developer Console Introduction or not, here's a link to the recording in the side bar plus links to documentation & other info referenced in the webinar. Understanding Debug Log Inspector Messages: https://developer.salesforce.com/docs/atlas.en-us.apexcode.meta/apexcode/apex_debugging_system_log_console.htm Workbench: https://workbench.developerforce.com/login.php Recent review of other IDE options outlining the advantages & disadvantages of other utilities. https://c9.io/blog/impressions-of-the-new-cloud9-salesforce-ide/ And if you want a little more, here's a great Dev Console Quick Start blog post: http://womencodeheroes.com/2015/11/salesforce-developer-console-quick-start-guide/ Thanks again to our moderators: Bonny Hinners Ohad Idan Bill Martinez Thomas Taylor and to ReadyTalk & Salesforce for the excellent Conferencing tool & support! Hope you can attend the next webinar! Luke Cushanick NYC Developer User Group Co-leader
create report from package - pipeline pl/sql Oracle
12-march-2017 Oracle Apex create report from package - pipeline pl/sql steps 1. Create package on dept from HR 2. Package Specification create or replace PACKAGE r_deptinfo AS TYPE t_row IS RECORD ( DEPTNO NUMBER(2,0), DNAME varchar2(60), LOC varchar2(60) ); TYPE t_tab IS TABLE OF t_row; FUNCTION get_tab(p_DEPTNO number) RETURN t_tab PIPELINED; END; / 3. Package body create or replace PACKAGE BODY r_deptinfo AS FUNCTION get_tab(p_DEPTNO number) RETURN t_tab PIPELINED IS l_row t_row; cursor c1 is select DEPTNO, DNAME, LOC from dept where (DEPTNO = p_DEPTNO or 1=1); BEGIN FOR r1 IN c1 LOOP l_row.DEPTNO := r1.DEPTNO; l_row.DNAME := r1.DNAME; l_row.LOC := r1.LOC; PIPE ROW (l_row); END LOOP; RETURN; END; END; / 4. Call package select DEPTNO, DNAME, LOC from table(r_deptinfo.get_tab(10)); col DNAME for a30 col LOC for a30 drop package r_deptinfo / 5. now we can use it anywhere as a sql statement thats it Thanks . . .
Views: 548 Mostafiz Mitul
Procedimiento para realizar triggers con Toad for oracle 10
Views: 2745 Vladimir Miranda
Server side debugging in Lucee
In this video I show how you can debug a request in Lucee on the server side, with and without debug output.
Views: 663 Mark Drew
How to Decode XML In Oracle Database?
Sample Code Link: https://github.com/arulxaviers/Decode_XML_In_Oracle Thi video Will Teach you How to Decode XML In Oracle Database? how to read xml file in oracle pl sql extract value from xml oracle dbms_xmlgen.convert ampersand oracle xmltable example oracle xml query examples how to parse xml in oracle pl sql xml parsing in oracle 11g oracle xmltype extract example XMLTYPE XMLREAD Decode XML in Oracle
Views: 1770 Oracle PL/SQL World
How to Use Loggly in Apex for Massive Scale Logging
Join us for live coding an Apex logging framework to learn how to get information out of a managed package with very little effort, making it much easier to debug. Using the REST API of cloud-based logging service Loggly, we'll create a client in Apex that acts as a sink for the logs and captures log data back into the Force.com platform, thus providing the chance to make use of all this wonderful data we capture.
Views: 485 Dreamforce Video
Apex Collections
Views: 291 SFDC Basics
Wrapping Oracle PL/SQL code
This video tutorial demonstrates the wrap utility of oracle.This utility can be used to wrap (encode) our plain text pl/sql code so that other developers cannot make changes to it, and we can keep our business logic and patent code safe through encoding. This video tutorial explains the same with a very easy example. and also talks about the advantages and disadvantages associated with the wrap utility.
Views: 1798 Kishan Mashru
Introduction to node-oracledb: the new Node.js driver for Oracle Database
Want to write highly scalable, event driven applications? Node.js lets you do just that. After a quick introduction to Node.js, this session dives into the features of node-oracledb, the new, open source Node.js driver for Oracle Database, which is under active development.
Web Development Primer for PL/SQL Programmers - Demo Debugging Javascript
Drag it in. There we go. Here are our two inputs - our numerator with 84 and our denominator with 2. Here is "And the answer is" - that's where the answer is going to go and here's the button. So when I click we get the answer which is 42. Now if you put a zero in here and click the button, of course you're going to get infinity which is a bad thing, which indicates there's perhaps a bug in code here. So, let's right-click. Let's go inspect element. We're not interested in the elements tab anymore because we want to look at the source code of the JavaScript. So we come over to the "Sources" tab here. Let's click on that and here you go. We've got the source code to look at here. Here's our function divide by numbers. Over here on the left, you can see that one of the line numbers is highlighted for us by default and that indicates there is that breakpoint. I'm sure you're all familiar with breakpoints. You just single-click on the line number and you can set multiple breakpoints if you like, but we'll just keep it here as 1. Over here on the right - at the top here are the usual suspects for a debugger. It's a little sign here that says that you can jump through to the end of you script. You can single step, you could step into a function, you can step out of a function. We don't need to really talk about those things. You're all familiar with the concepts. We just want to show you where they are, where you can find them. Let's click on the button here and see what happens. Here we go. Our live area at the top is greyed out and our code here now has stopped at our first breakpoint. And if we hover over the numerator you can see that it is undefined. Now if I single step through this code, one at a time - here we go - we fired all of these statements. I see that the numerator now has got the value of 84, the denominator is 0 which is bad. A bug we have to fix. The result is what's on the screen, this infinity business. That is JavaScript debugging. I've just used simple scalar variables here just to illustrate this point. One thing that you'll find as PL/SQL programmers when you come into this environment that will be just a little bit confusing is that JavaScript is an object-oriented language, and so when you do have objects mixed in here, your debugging will be just a little bit more onerous and you'll have to do a little more research on that. It requires a deeper dive into the JavaScript language. Now let's go on here. I mentioned that I'd show you how to debug JavaScript and most of you PL/SQL programmers are very familiar with the concept of debugging from your experience with things like SQL developer and TOAD that will allow you to inspect your PL/SQL code and allow you to set breakpoints and then single step through your code and inspect the individual values of your variables, kind of where your sins are in your code. And of course, JavaScripts, these tools have exactly the same concept. I'm sorry, I don't have to dwell on that too much. The trick here is A, you need to know that it does exist which I'm just telling you now and then you have to figure out where to find it. I've got a little example here so we can see it in action. A very simple theme - I could build a function called dividemembers. It just takes a numerator and a denominator, that's the division, and pops the result into a variable called vResult and then displays that on the page. Then you have some HTML down here and you can see up here that when I get the value of the numerator into the variable, there's a little piece of syntax. Here is it says, "Get element by ID," and of course the ID is a numerator and you can see I've got an input down here with this ID trick here so that the ID is numerator. That shows you how this ID business is used to tie the JavaScript to the HTML - very important concept here. And then we got two inputs, one for numerator and one for denominator. Here I actually put the result into a paragraph tag and it too has an ID of result. It's a paragraph on the page and we'll change this "And the answer is..." to whatever the result is from the division. Of course, to fire this function we got a button to find and that button has an on-click event defined for it, and that on-click event happens to be the name of our JavaScript function. That's how the JavaScript function gets fired when we press the button.
Views: 874 SkillBuilders